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  1. Need somewhere to keep my dwarf army. Thought to build LED underground small garrison fort/outpost. Will have 4 floors Magnetized bottom floor for large models And will try to stuff as much detail as I can. Began with a wooden simple frame, and 2" PinkFoam. Was debating to build up all details and then paint it at once, or paint it in pieces and install them into the box as I go. Do to the nature of the LED lighting, and much uncertainties with LED lighting, I decided to craft it piece by piece instead of all at once. Also, I do not have a good way to cover very large, har
  2. Here is what I've been working on since the end of June. It's the Hirstarts Corridor set (Space Hulk). Got the first game on it today, as well (a loss to my step son). https://goo.gl/photos/LZkoeDSVBAUPzXBL7
  3. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1363726321/klipn-play-scenerys-28mm?ref=category_newest New range of modular scenerys ready to play! for 28mm games scale figurines.
  4. We are making realistically textured blue foam (Styrofoam) sheets so you can build your own tabletop wargames and RPG scenery. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/firedragongames/stone-textured-foam-sheets-for-wargames-and-rpg-sc?ref=category_newest
  5. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/48375726/resin-wargaming-scenery-and-terrain-ancient-ruins?ref=category_newest Detailed resin scenery & terrain for use in miniature wargames & RPGs, themed after the stone ruins of an ancient civilization.
  6. When I first saw the thread over on the Terrain Forum, where lowlylowlycook was painting up Kalladrax to use as Frostgrave terrain, I thought that it was a really cool idea; and I decided I wanted do the same for my Frostgrave games. So, I picked up a copy of Kalladrax, and last Thursday I got started on the project, and just finished up yesterday. If you'd like to see the full step by step Work-in-Progress thread, please see here on my Frostgrave Terrain thread; otherwise, on to the photos! :) I'm really happy with how this piece came out. I think
  7. This is a post for everyone to share the tables they play their games on, the more the merrier. Sci-fi, fantasy, modern, post apoc, horror....anything! This was the table I laid out last night for our games of infinity. Sadly I did not get to play a game as we got a bit of a late start and after the first game of the night the others decided it was getting a bit late to start a second game. I will get a chance to play on it as we have decided to do a little bit of an experiment and leave this table up for a couple of weeks to play all of our games of infinity on. We are trying to
  8. I was totally impressed by the Impudent Mortal Kickstarter, but seeing as the buildings on offer didn't appeal as much as older stock they had I ordered directly (and boy was it FAST). Because I wanted to get an idea of what I was doing before I tried building my fancy new things, I took advantage of a FLGS gift card to buy a Knight Models SWAT truck for the Batman game. Here are some product pics behind the spoiler The truck/van is mostly done except for touch-ups and sealing... but I'll still be posting process pics that I took along the way. I mistakenly thought it would be faste
  9. Our aim is simple; produce and supply quality table-top terrain buildings for fantasy gaming. To do this, we need your help! https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/gameterrain/gameterraincouk-buildings-for-tabletop-gaming?ref=category_newest
  10. Acquired as add-ons during the "Dungeon Monsters" Kickstarter by Johnny Borg Castings, I did up some dungeon decor and resting adventurers. "About our pay..." (the table and backdrop are the only non-Johnny Borg Castings material, both from Dwarven Forge) The decor alone: Drinking Barbarian: Feasting Barbarian: Resting Wizard who is not Santa:
  11. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/987582441/2d-terrain-packs-for-every-miniature-and-roleplayi?ref=category_newest
  12. Alright, tonight is my first proper large game of CAV - Two buddies and I are playing tournament-style, "pick-your-force," that is to say I've built three, 6000 point forces (Adon, Templar, Malvernis) all with distinct playing styles. BUT ALSO we are fighting it out on a 6x4 sci-fi city! I haven't made any major changes since the last time I posted pics of about 1/3 of this thing, so the roads are still unmarked, but honestly I just want to get playing. Battle report to follow (probably), but pictures NOW!!!
  13. I painted up some terrain for use in D&D. First were the pillars from Dragon Forge Design, really nice resin pieces that are perfect for any dungeon. The pillars come in two pieces, and I chose to magnetize them rather than glue for a little extra flexibility (I can now use them to represent twice as many pillars on the tabletop, they can be used as ruined pillars, etc). I also painted up two small crypts from Ziterdes. Forgot to put Sir Forscale in there, but they are based on little pieces of plasticard that are 2 by 3 inches (with a D&D grid in mind). The crypts are in some kind
  14. I finished up my Dwarven Forge KS1 tiles this week. This picture includes all of my painted dungeon themed terrain (including 80 Stones Dungeon Tiles). Three base sets Three sets of stretch goals Two Curved Wall Add-ons Two Diagonal Wall Add-ons One Grand Stairs Add-on One Chamber of Sorrows Add-on A little over half of the stuff pictured above was painted in the last week.
  15. So, many moons agone I backed Stonehaven's Kickstarter for pop-up terrain. Slightly fewer moons agone, I backed their next Kickstarter for halflings - which also included pop-up terrain. And a couple of days ago, I realized that it would cost me quite literally half as much to buy a new inkjet printer as it would to get replacement cartridges for my clunky old printer. By all of these elements combined, I figured the time had come to start assembling the pop-up terrain I had so eagerly anticipated. I started about as simply as possible - with the grassy field. Lessons were learned, not least
  16. https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/worldswithin/village-in-the-woods-props-for-fantasy-table-top-r?ref=category_newest
  17. Just a quick post with a single pic - last week my friend and I had a tough time getting through 6,000 points, so we scaled it back a bit: 5,000, two squads each, no upgrades or specializations. We got a lot farther, but we still couldn't finish the battle in two hours (though it was getting to a sort of spillover point - kills were starting to pile up, CAVs had moved into their best firing positions, and so on). Anyhow, only managed to snap a single pic at the beginning of deployment, and it's not great, but: HILLS! I took some time off from working on my dissertation to build six hi
  18. More from the Memorial Day paint binge challenge. These are made by Scibor and I thought they were cool just by themselves. I painted them up to use as scatter terrain or objective markers. The bases are 1" square.
  19. A coupla years ago, my Market square fountain froze and shattered after being left in the car overnight before a convention. Being one of the center pieces to my Mediterranean city terrain, I decided that it needed to be fixed. Instead of chipping out the water effect and re-pouring, I thought that I would like to 'kick it up a notch'. Having seen many cool fountains in Europe, I thought that I would like to try doing a Roman style tile pattern before adding the water effect.
  20. So definitely a work-in-progress, but getting very near the point of "I cannot look at this anymore without screaming," I present: CAV CITY! Details follow the pictures for any interested parties. DETAILS: This is a 4x2 section of game board. Full-size, my board is 6x4. I have enough road and buildings to cover the whole thing in a decently dense city section, especially if I throw in a tree-filled park, hill, or river. Buildings are blue electrical boxes spraypainted with "windows' painted on. Road is Styrene sheet painted with stone
  21. Has anyone noticed that those brown plastic inserts in chocolate boxes, when flipped upside down, look a lot like industrial storage tanks and bunkers?
  22. I have read some really outstanding and excellent writings by members...I don't know if this has already been done someplace (if so, I have not found it)...I know that there are talented artists among our members...I would love to see some of their art works...both from advanced professional/semi-professional artists as well as the novice doodler/sketcher. I am not an artist by any means, but I have done some amateur b/w pen & ink stuff for varied private usage! Are there any out there who would like to display there work(s)? I would really love to see them! Paul (Catdancer
  23. Hi folks, Decided to take a break from CAVs and make some treasure tokens after seeing a tutorial I on here. Although I cannot find where the original tutorial is now (edit: you can find it here http://http://www.reapermini.com/TheCraft/33). These two took two hours for my fiance and I to make. I'm generally happy with how they came out, although the one lesson that I learned is that you need to make anything that sits with the gold very, very bright. When I painted the gemstones and the weapons I thought at first that they would look too ostentatious, but after adding the gold they kind of ge
  24. This week, I've been working on some of my CAV vehicles from the Kickstarter, and I was thinking about a box of leftover Mechwarrior clicky base stuff I had, and the idea came to me to make a destroyed mech or two to use as scenery on the tabletop. I wanted it to look like it had sat on a long-forgotten battlefield for decades or centuries. I began by slicing the mech from its clicky base, and then I used a pair of pliers to rip the arms and head off. I then used a drill to make a big hole in the torso to look like where a missile had hit, knocking out the mech. I also used the dr
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